Monday, October 31, 2016
Monster Chiller Horror Theatre with North Pacific
As a Halloween treat for the North Coast, the North Pacific Cannery Historical site has provided an audio presentation to set the mood for your travels on this 31st of October.
Narrated by Michael Gurney who sets the mysterious theme for the day, the listener is taken on a journey through the haunted expanse of North Pacific, peeking into the dark corners of the machine shop, travelling through canning line room and on to the docks overlooking the harbour.
Along the way you will hear of the chilling events from October of 1916 and the bewitching tale of Naricssa Tonkwin ... that is if you dare!
You can take in the Terror of the Cannery from the SoundCloud presentation here.
Yesterday North Pacific hosted the resurrection of its popular haunted house theme for the historical site with close to 600 North coast residents making the drive out to Port Edward to travel the boardwalks and hear of the Chamber of Chills.
More on the North Pacific Cannery Historical site and the more carefree days of the summer tourism season can be found on the NPC website, Facebook page and twitter feed.
As well we track developments from the North Coast tourism scene from our Tourism archive page.